Ubuntu HowTo: Building Ardour 5

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I am trying to build ardour 5 on Ubuntu 17.10. When I try to configure it, it displays pkg -config => No How do I get pkg -config to work. I have searched all over but no answers because its not a common problem.

I built Ardour. You will need all the prerequisites (explained later). Python 2.6 should already be on your PC. Build it with:

    ./waf configure
    ./waf
    ./waf install

It will ask for some dependencies, so install those 1 by 1. LIST:
sudo apt install libboost-all-dev gcc g++ pkg-config libasound2-dev libgtk2.0-dev glibmm-2.4-dev libsndfile1-dev libcurl4-nss-dev libarchive-dev liblo-dev libtag1-dev vamp-plugin-sdk librubberband-dev libfftw3-dev libaubio-dev libxml2-dev libjack-dev liblrdf-dev libsamplerate-dev lv2-dev libserd-dev libsord-dev libsratom-dev liblilv-dev libgtkmm-2.4-dev (ONE LINE)

Update: Building Ardour 6 on Ubuntu 20.04

By trial and error, this might include some not needed packages:

This is from the previous answer, but with packages that errored removed:

sudo apt install -y libboost-all-dev gcc g++ pkg-config libasound2-dev libgtk2.0-dev  libsndfile1-dev libcurl4-nss-dev libarchive-dev liblo-dev libtag1-dev vamp-plugin-sdk librubberband-dev libfftw3-dev libaubio-dev libxml2-dev lv2-dev libserd-dev libsord-dev libsratom-dev liblilv-dev libgtkmm-2.4-dev

And this is all the packages installed in by terminal history (there might be some overlap):

sudo apt-get install -y 
libglibmm-2.4-dev libsndfile1-dev libarchive-dev liblo-dev libtag1-dev 
librubberband-dev libfftw3-dev libaubio-dev libxml2-dev liblrdf0-dev 
libusb-1.0-0-dev libcunit1-dev libwebsocketpp-dev 
libpangomm-1.4-dev libsamplerate0-dev lv2-dev libcunit1-dev libcppunit-dev 
libudev-dev libserd-0-0 libcwiid-dev libxwiimote-dev libserd-0-0 
libserd-dev libwebsocketpp-dev libwebsockets-dev libsord-dev libsratom-0-0 
libsratom-0-0 libsratom-dev liblilv-dev liblrdf0 liblrdf0-dev

Then do the normal:

./waf configure
./waf
./waf install

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Ubuntu HowTo: Geonkick 2.1.1 & EQ10Q GUI

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Got Geonkick (Version 1.9.0) thanks to UNFA’s U-Tube video instructions (starting at 20:16);
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtWSnbmdB9w

Now would like to update that Geonkick version to the latest (2.1.1) but this must be done with the tarball, which we downloaded from GitHub ;
https://github.com/iurie-sw/geonkick/releases

& extracted into a folder we made via the terminal called ; ( /usr/local/src )

btw; The previous Geonkick Version 1.9.0 appears to be located in the folder called; ( /usr/lib/lv2/geonkick.lv2/ ) ?

We also prep’ed our system for making packages by running;

sudo apt-get install build-essential checkinstall

sudo apt-get install cvs subversion git-core mercurial

sudo chown $USER /usr/local/src

sudo chmod u+rwx /usr/local/src

Due to a lack of knowledge, now we are STUCK & don’t know how to proceed .
Nor how to get the GUI for the equalizer ‘EQ10Q‘ to appear in Ardour, even after visiting their web-page & reading their instructions !
http://eq10q.sourceforge.net/?page_id=16
Any help available for either or both of these two problems from anyone who can provide instructions for a ‘beginner’ (please) ?

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Ubuntu HowTo: Geonkick 2.1.1 & EQ10Q GUI

Original Source Link

Got Geonkick (Version 1.9.0) thanks to UNFA’s U-Tube video instructions (starting at 20:16);
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtWSnbmdB9w

Now would like to update that Geonkick version to the latest (2.1.1) but this must be done with the tarball, which we downloaded from GitHub ;
https://github.com/iurie-sw/geonkick/releases

& extracted into a folder we made via the terminal called ; ( /usr/local/src )

btw; The previous Geonkick Version 1.9.0 appears to be located in the folder called; ( /usr/lib/lv2/geonkick.lv2/ ) ?

We also prep’ed our system for making packages by running;

sudo apt-get install build-essential checkinstall

sudo apt-get install cvs subversion git-core mercurial

sudo chown $USER /usr/local/src

sudo chmod u+rwx /usr/local/src

Due to a lack of knowledge, now we are STUCK & don’t know how to proceed .
Nor how to get the GUI for the equalizer ‘EQ10Q‘ to appear in Ardour, even after visiting their web-page & reading their instructions !
http://eq10q.sourceforge.net/?page_id=16
Any help available for either or both of these two problems from anyone who can provide instructions for a ‘beginner’ (please) ?

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